New Study Suggests Coastal And Deep Ocean Sharks Have Different Feeding Patterns | Ocean Leadership

(Credit: UMass Amherst) An international team of researchers studying globally declining shark populations report today that they used carbon isotopes as biochemical markers in shark muscle tissue to identify where in the oceans the mobile predators have been feeding, in the hope that such analyses

Source : New Study Suggests Coastal And Deep Ocean Sharks Have Different Feeding Patterns | Ocean Leadership

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Vegetarian sharks, non-lethal research, and friggin’ laser beams: Dear Shark Man, Volume 4

Welcome to Volume #4 of Dear Shark Man, an advice column inspired by a ridiculous e-mail I received. You can send your questions to me via twitter (@WhySharksMatter) or e-mail (WhySharksMatter at g…

Source : Vegetarian sharks, non-lethal research, and friggin’ laser beams: Dear Shark Man, Volume 4

Les requins utilisent leurs épaules pour manger – Sciencesetavenir.fr

Source : Les requins utilisent leurs épaules pour manger – Sciencesetavenir.fr

These Sharks Feed in a Surprising Way – National Geographic

Source : These Sharks Feed in a Surprising Way

This Shark Eats Grass, and No One Knows Why – National Geographic

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/06/bonnethead-sharks-eat-seagrass/

Tiger Sharks Opt For Scavenging On Dead And Dying Sea Turtles As A Feeding Strategy – Oceanleadership

Researchers found behavioral evidence that tiger sharks prefer to opportunistically scavenge on dead or weakened green turtles rather than actively hunting healthy individuals despite more opportunities to do so. The study, conducted off the coast of Australia during the turtle nesting season, also found the behavior of healthy green turtles suggests that they do not perceive tiger sharks as a major threat during nesting season.

Source : Tiger Sharks Opt For Scavenging On Dead And Dying Sea Turtles As A Feeding Strategy

Tiger sharks opt for scavenging on dead and dying sea turtles as a feeding strategy: Study provides new insight into the behavior of an ocean top predator — ScienceDaily

Researchers found behavioral evidence that tiger sharks prefer to opportunistically scavenge on dead or weakened green turtles rather than actively hunting healthy individuals despite more opportunities to do so.

Source : Tiger sharks opt for scavenging on dead and dying sea turtles as a feeding strategy: Study provides new insight into the behavior of an ocean top predator — ScienceDaily

Reef sharks prefer bite-size meals | (e) Science News

Sharks have a reputation for having voracious appetites, but a new study shows that most coral reef sharks eat prey that are smaller than a cheeseburger.

Source : Reef sharks prefer bite-size meals | (e) Science News

Une initiative du collectif « Rend a nou la mer, rend a nou la Réunion » : Saint-Paul : dégustation de requin improvisée pendant le CO4R | Imaz Press Réunion : l’actualité de la Réunion en photos

Une initiative du collectif « Rend a nou la mer, rend a nou la Réunion » : Saint-Paul : dégustation de requin improvisée pendant le CO4R | Imaz Press Réunion : l’actualité de la Réunion en photos.

Produits à base de requin: Une idée déjà dans les tiroirs de la Chambre des métiers

Hier, en marge de la réunion du CO4R (Comité risque requin) le préfet de la Réunion, Jean-Luc Marx, a avancé l’idée de fabriquer des produits dérivés à base de requin, comme de la nourriture pour animaux ou des produits de beauté. Et comme porteur de projets, le préfet a ciblé la Chambre des…

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